October 7, 2016 RSS feed / Letters

Community mobilizes in the name of love

To the editor:   Life sure has a way of breaking us wide open sometimes. Occasionally, it completely shatters us and we are left to pick up the pieces. What happens at this time matters greatly. More...

Kayak trip down the river is ‘enchanting’

To the editor:   My wife and I have kayaked the Mousam River from Parson’s Beach to the Route 1 rapids and from Lafayette Center to near Mill Street.  More...

Let the Mousam River run free

To the editor:   I am one of those people who fairly skips to the voting booth. I love to vote. I feel enormously proud, empowered and fortunate that I have this right. More...

Mousam River dams are old, inefficient and expensive

To the editor: Kennebunk voters will have three rather ill-conceived and confusing referendum items on the ballot this November asking us to make some non-binding decisions about the dams on the Mousam River. More...

Candidate is committed to ending gridlock

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Candidate will make a difference in Augusta

To the editor:   I’m so glad Jay (Jonathan) Kilbourn is running for the District 34 Senate seat (Acton, Lebanon, North Berwick, Berwick, Wells and Kennebunk).  More...

Candidate listens to residents’ concerns

To the editor: I first got to know Ron Collins some years ago when we of the CEEK Committee (Citizens for Electrical Equity in Kennebunk) started a campaign to get the Kennebunk Lower Village served by our own utility. More...

Candidate seeks solutions without tirades

To the editor:   Each day we open the paper and learn of yet another loss of life to opiate and heroin addiction.  We believe it cannot happen in our community because we are good citizens and involved parents, and raise wonderful children. More...

Candidate would be ‘strong voice for education’

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Pro-fluoride argument seems to be based on 1930s observation

To the editor: The stage was set when the Maine College of Art in Portland organized an artists’ retreat at the Henry and Marie Clews Chateau and Villa in LaNapoule this past May. More...